The Whites, whilst in blue, took the trip down to Dorchester and came back with all three points and six goals to show for their afternoon’s work.
The first half on paper looked like a close affair it was Salisbury who took the lead, Marvin Brooks robbed a Dorchester defender of the ball on the right and then pulled the ball back to Harry Baker, who made his first start for the Whites, drove a shot past the keeper.
Dorchester drew level just before the half-hour mark. They were awarded a penalty after Kpama Ngoy found himself one on one with new loan signing Alexis Andre in the Whites goal. After a coming together, the referee gave the spot-kick which was duly slotted home by Ngoy.
It wasn’t long before Salisbury reasserted themselves on the game and again it was Harry Baker who cooly finished in the top corner from a Charlie Davis cross.
The second half showed the Salisbury dominance with four further goals for the Whites.
The first came from Jack Ball. Diaz sent in a corner and Ball put the ball away at the back post, his first for the club.
Charlie Kennedy made it 4-1 as the ball fell to him in a busy box.
Salisbury continued to dominate and the healthy band of travelling supporters didn’t have to wait too long for number 5. Ollie Knowles this time with the finish from the penalty spot.
It was almost inevitably Marvin Brooks who got the final goal of the day. A Lewis Benson freekick was pushed away to the part post and Brooks slotted home from very close range.
Next up for Salisbury is the visit on Weston-Super Mare on Tuesday evening.